A ghost train of German travelling origin, the German use of 'Haus' rather than 'House' in the name was retained in reference to the ride's history.
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Originally owned by German showman R. Speelman in 1960 who sold it to Dutch showman J. van der Honing in 1977. Honing only travelled with the ride through 1977, selling it to Dutch showman J. Reitsma in 1978. Reitsma eventually sold the ride to the Dutch Moonen Bros. in 1983. They later sold the ride to British showman Freddie Davis in 1989 who later sold it to showman Jimmy Booth in a unknown year in the timeline. Booth would be the last showman to own the ride, as he later sold it to its first of three (!) permanent parks; M&D's Scotland's Theme Park. It would operate here untill 1995, where it was sold off to Craig Tara Holiday Camp in Ayr, Scotland. It would operate here from 1996 up to 1998, after which they sold it to its final resting place; Dreamland Margate, where it opened in 1999 and eventually closed for good in 2003.